Andrew Borck

Christian/Husband/Dad/Gamer/Writer/Master Builder. Jesus saves and Han shot first.

Review – Call to Adventure: Epic Origins

By Andrew Borck / January 9, 2024 /

If you have the means, and like dragons and adventure mixed in with your set collection, I’d highly recommend this game.

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Review – Sabobatage (3rd Edition)

By Andrew Borck / January 2, 2024 /

Sabobatage is a 2-5 player card game where each player is running their own Boba shop and trying to make 5 drinks before anyone else. Players can play ingredients or use action cards to help themselves or hinder opponents’ progress. It ends up feeling like a cross between Exploding Kittens and Monopoly Deal, both fun card games in their own rights. But is it fun to sling boba and mess with rival shops? Read on for the review!

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Review – Wreckland Run

By Andrew Borck / December 8, 2023 /

A solid and enjoyable solo game. If you’re hankering for something set in a car-centric post-apocalyptic desert, look no further, meatbag!

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Review – Castles by the Sea

By Andrew Borck / December 6, 2023 /

Castles by the Sea is a 1-4 player worker placement and resources management game where you play as little Studio Ghibli-inspired creatures called Shorelings who strive to have the biggest and best sand castles on the beach, scoring points each round for any deployed structures or characters. So is it a fun day at the beach, or is it just coarse and gritty reminiscent of Tatooine? Read on for the review!

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Review – The Wolves of Langston

By Andrew Borck / November 17, 2023 /

The Wolves of Langston is a 5E adventure from Obvious Mimic, a website that sells D&D accessories, gear, and adventures that can be played solo or with a party. Their adventures can be downloaded directly as a PDF or purchased as soft or hardcover books. In this particular adventure, the player is drawn into a small town where a woman was recently killed in a most violent fashion, and the mayor asks you to investigate. So is it worth the price of a download, or are you better off doing something else if your D&D party cancels? Read on for the review!

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